Introduction: How to Make Piadina Bread

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Piadina is a thin Italian flatbread typically prepared in Italy. It look like tortillas!!

I love this type of bread and I want show you how to make her at home.

It's very simple, and you can make with this recepie the Vegan version without add whoal milk but added coconut milk or almont milk or every vegetable milk you prefere.

It is usually made with white flour lard or olive oil salt and water and yest.

The dough was traditionally cooked on a terracotta dish but you can cook with a normal flat pan.

The Piadinahas been added to the list of traditional food product of the Emilia Romagna Region.

You can fill it with chocolate cream like nutella or with cheese or Others salty and sweet ingredientes!

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Step 1: Ingredients:

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350gr hard white flour 00 like 350w

1cup warm milk (or for vegan recepie you can just use coconut milk, water, soy milk, or almont milk )

10 tsp olive oil

5gr fresh yest or 2gr of dry yest

Step 2:

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Mix the warm milk and the yest.

Place the flour in a big glass bowl, with the milk, add olive oil the salt and toss to combine.

Step 3:

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Make a nice smooth and homogeneous dough.

Step 4:

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Divided the dough in 6 part.

Make with any piece a nice smooth ball like the pictures.

Cover with clin-film for 30 minutes.

Step 5:

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After that, flatten the piadina and use the rolling pin to make it thin.

Make hot a flat pan and cook the piadena for 2-3min for part.

Enjoy your Piadina bread !!!


Suraj Bhawal (author)2016-12-01

Looks exactly like Indian Chapati (Roti).

arete01 (author)2016-11-23

i thought piada was made with lard and baking powder, not oil and yest, and thicker

MESSv1 (author)arete012016-11-23

I true.. Usually i made with lard but you can make with any fat you prefere. Coconut oil.. Nuts butter..

arete01 (author)MESSv12016-11-28

OK. Ma non dirlo in Romagna

MESSv1 (author)arete012016-11-30

Hahahha hai ragione.. Però le ricette sono modificabili in base alle proprie preferenze.. Un saluto

Swansong (author)2016-11-22

They look yummy :)

MESSv1 (author)Swansong2016-11-23


ironsmiter (author)2016-11-22

Is it closer to a tortilla or closer to naan?

Or neither, and more like a thin crust pizza without toppings?

MESSv1 (author)ironsmiter2016-11-22

Is similar to tortilla. But tortilla is cruncy and maked with mais. This is make with normal flour. Do you try it?

MESSv1 (author)MESSv12016-11-22

Sorry for my english. I was referring to mais=corn flour

joen (author)MESSv12016-11-22

I grew up with My mothers all purpose white flour tortillas. There are corn tortillas made with corn flour, whole wheat flour tortillas, and I am sure there are tortillas made with other flours. All that said, Tortillas of whatever flour are still very good. Agreed?

MESSv1 (author)joen2016-11-22

It's true. There are similar to tortillas. But a bit different. Because in this recepie I use the milk and yest, and the tortillas dosn't have these ingredients.

joen (author)ironsmiter2016-11-22

This is just like a tortilla only we don't use yeast. we use a dash of baking powder instead. And yes I can use it for a pizza crust.

Goffredo77 (author)2016-11-22

I want try the sweet version

MESSv1 (author)Goffredo772016-11-22

I can suggest you to do without the salt, and add a bit of sugar in this recepie. And for finish a bit of nice nutella or your preferite marmelade. Let me know when you try. Best regard Eugenio

EmmaKy (author)2016-11-22

I love that! I will try your recipe ;)

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